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AC not working. Just put 134A refrigerant into it, but still not working. Notice the recirculation light does not come on when pressed, but the AC light activates

Subaru Forester 2011 non-turbo, manual transmission

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Is your compressor engaging ? there is a magnetic pulley on the compressor, if there is gas in the system, when you turn on the ac the magnetic coupling should engage , if not there might be an electrical problem, a burned out fuse

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